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Pro-level tech without the pro-level price

Climb aboard the Pinarello FP Quattro Ultegra Bike and head to the hills. The FP Quattro features the same asymmetric frame design found in the flagship Dogma frame, and the ONDA FPK1 is the same fork used on Pinarello's Paris frame. The Shimano Ultegra compact drivetrain and light weight make this bike perfect for hilly race courses, epic climbs, and everyday riding.

  • Over-sized bottom bracket adds stiffness where it matters most
  • ONDA FPK1 fork is the same fork found on the Pinarello Paris
  • MOst carbon and aluminum components round out the cockpit to provide great performance without compromising style.
  • Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels are light enough for race day, and tough enough for the everyday

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Bad ass bike! Get it now

This bike is sick, sweetest ride ever just glides , and when u get on it hard it goes. Bike came fast and I put it together in about 45 mins, tires and seat and handle bars and I'm very new to any kind of bike Maintnaince !

5 5

Bad ass bike! Get it now

This bike is sick, sweetest ride ever just glides , and when u get on it hard it goes. Bike came fast and I put it together in about 45 mins, tires and seat and handle bars and I'm very new to any kind of bike Maintnaince !

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What does this bike weigh??

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What does this bike weigh??

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Can I buy the Pinarello Quattro only as a...

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Can I buy the Pinarello Quattro only as a frame?

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can you order the fp quattro ultegra with...

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can you order the fp quattro ultegra with 175mm cranks? or better yet 180mm?